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FUNGAYI MUNYORO-CHINGAIRA
SPORTS REPORTER

MUTARE-Mutare City Rovers gaffer Luke ‘Vahombe’ Masomere says he is satisfied with the squad he has assembled for the 2023 Eastern Region Division One Soccer League (ERSL).
He began the season with a 1-0 win over Grayham FC before a nil all draw against army side Buffaloes FC over the weekend.
Gusha Bhora as Mutare City Rovers is affectionately known is taking on stubborn Surrey FC at Sakubva stadium tomorrow.
Masomere said his target remains securing promotion into the top flight Premier Soccer League (PSL).
“We have started the season on a high note. Last week we drew but our target still remains the same. My boys played well. A draw is not a bad result for us. The season is very young, we have quite a lot of games to play and we are going to win this weekend’s encounter.
“My team is not the best but it’s a team that can give me good results. I am one person who can not praise people for nothing. Everything is in order. I am well looked after by my bosses. Council is paying me money and in return I have to give them three points. I will do exactly what my employer wants. So far so good and I can’t complain,” he said.
Masomere who helped another Mutare side Manica Diamonds to gain Premier Soccer League (PSL) promotion without any defeat said his target is to gain promotion. The outspoken gaffer also highlighted that he is not going to miss on the promotion.
“We have one target with my players, sponsors and supporters. I am confident that I am not going to miss on promotion. We are putting our efforts together to make sure we achieve that. We are all fighting for promotion. Everyone is playing his or her part. I am very happy with the team I have assembled. We are more than ready to host Surrey FC,” he said.
Gusha Bhora last season failed to return to top flight football after finishing as first runners up to Greenfuel.
The Municipal-owned side under the tutelage of Kennedy ‘Bokande’ Kachara got admitted into PSL twice in 2015 and 2017 but failed to last longer.
In both occasions, they got relegated after one season.

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